After featuring Amitabh Bachchan, Mumbai Police now uses Aamir Khan's scene from classic film '3 Idiots' to spread awareness about cyber safety. Known for their quirk and wit, Mumbai Police took to their Twitter handle to share a video of a scene where Aamir Khan asks the class to find the meaning of 'FARHANITRATE and PRERAJULISATION'. While it left us laughing, it also brings out an important message. In this case, they wrote: "Choose a password no one has ever heard of, nor will ever be able to find out about #DontBeAnIdiot #CyberSafety"
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Netizens couldn't keep calm and started dropping positive comments on the tweet. One user wrote: "Exceptional creativity by @MumbaiPolice So catchy. Hope the ones reading it can tune in with genuine efforts." The other wrote: "Meme Ka King Kaun Mumbai Police."
Catching up on the 'Game of Thrones' fever, Mumbai police also brought a pinch of humor by using this viral reference, to tell the Mumbaikars that they have "GoT" their backs.
Sharing a picture of The Wall, the tweet read, "We make sure, what lies ‘beyond the wall’ never intrudes into our city! #WeGOTYourBack #WallOfSafety". With 998 likes and 154 tweets, the meme is definitely a hit on Twitter.
Earlier, Mumbai Police had taken on a magical world most of us know and love - but only to share a very important message. They used a Death Hallows reference from the world of Harry Potter to issue a road safety warning.
"We're all human, aren't we? Every human life is worth the same, and worth saving," they wrote, quoting Kingsley Shacklebolt from J K Rowling's well-loved series.